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What are abstract noun of following adjectives?

Long, young, humble, decent,
cruel, bitter, strong, true, short, prudent, dark, deep, wide, wise, good, vacant, sweet, human, broad, free, proud, brave, novel, quick, high, poor, just, vain, sane, ignorant.
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Surely you can come up with some of them! I'll get you started: length, youth, humility, decency,.....
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Ignorant

The following rule often works, but not always. When the adjective ending is -ant or -ent, change the final t to ce to make the noun form.

Adjective - Noun

different - difference
important - importance
ignorant - ignorance
evident - evidence
abhorrent - abhorrence
brilliant - brilliance

BUT:
constant - constancy
fluent - fluency
efficient - efficiency

CJ

high

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Cruel,,,human,,,,,ignorant,,,decent ,,,,poor,,,young,,,
anonymous What are abstract noun of following adjectives?
Long, young, humble, decent,
cruel, bitter, strong, true, short, prudent, dark, deep, wide, wise, good, vacant, sweet, human, broad, free, proud, brave, novel, quick, high, poor, just, vain, sane, ignorant.